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Eintracht agree terms with Kalimuendo, close in on new deal for Koch, per reports

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

According to reports, Eintracht Frankfurt have agreed personal terms with Stade Rennes forward Arnaud Kalimuendo and are closing in on a deal to keep Robin Koch at the club until 2027.
Robin Koch.
Robin Koch.
Eintracht Frankfurt have reportedly made a significant step forward in their bid to sign Arnaud Kalimuendo from Stade Rennes.

According to Sky Germany, the Bundesliga side have reached a verbal agreement with the forward on a winter transfer and a contract until 2029.

Fabrizio Romano reports that Eintracht Frankfurt want to take the player on loan with an obligation to buy and have made a bid of €23 million, split between a loan fee, a guaranteed purchase option and add-ons.

The France Under-21 international and former Paris Saint-Germain player has scored six goals in 20 appearances this season.

Meanwhile, Sky Germany reports that Frankfurt are also making progress in their bid to tie Robin Koch to a long-term deal, with the German media outlet claiming that negotiations over a contract until 2027 are in the final stages.

Koch is on loan from Leeds United, where his contract expires in the summer.

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